The Centre for Public Health and Zoonoses and Ontario Veterinary College are sponsoring 2 undergraduate summer student positions for 2022. These will support the new inter-disciplinary antimicrobial initiative that is aimed at increased cross-cutting work, particularly collaborations between life sciences, clinical sciences, social sciences and arts. Eligible project areas include research, surveillance, education and communication. Proposals that include faculty from the Colleges of Social and Applied Human Sciences or Arts will be prioritized.

The award will be for $8300. It is expected that successful students or advisors will present a summary at the November 2022 One Health Research presentation day or 2023 CPHAZ Symposium.

A template is not required. The application must include:

  • The name and department of 2 co-supervisors. Co-supervisors must be from different colleges.
  • A short (1 paragraph) description of the project.
  • A short description of the student’s role.
  • A short description of the value of collaboration between the co-supervisors.

Applications should be submitted to by Jan 14, 2022.

If you have any question, please reach out to Julia Luca, CPHAZ Program Coordinator, at